Hollywood has missed out since Saudi Arabia banned cinemas in the 1970s, but residents may soon get to see movies at home on the same day as their release elsewhere in the Gulf in a new service promised by Saudi Telecom Co (STC).
EGM Worldwide, the official digital partner of Dubai-based Rotana Media Group, has unveiled ‘RotanaCinema.com’, a platform to access Arabic movies for free.
The website covers over 100,000 hours of entertainment with f
IndiaCast Media Distribution Private Limited, a joint venture between TV18 and Viacom18, has reached an agreement with Spuul, a leading online streaming service for Indian movies and TV shows, to make over 60 current and upcoming Hindi and regio
Egypt's national airline said on Thursday it will analyse its onboard movies to make sure they respect "Egyptian values and customs", following a complaint by a Muslim Brotherhood member who took offence at a film
Spuul.com, one of the most popular streaming services for Indian movies and TV Shows online, has launched an app to stream full-length movies on Facebook.
Users worldwide can now watch the best of Indian movies and shows, with Spu
Batelco, a leading telecom provider in Bahrain, has launched an online video service offering a selection of movies and TV programmes that can be watched on any device in the kingdom.
Batelco Play is available to anyone who has an
The North American box office hit a slump at the weekend, with top earner ‘The Possession’ taking in less than $10 million and what could be the gloomiest overall haul since the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks on New Yor
Du, the integrated telecom service provider in the UAE, has launched a new offer under which its customers will get to watch premium movie titles in the comfort of their homes on the day of release in theatres.
Marley – the much-await
Dubai-based low-cost airline, flydubai, has launched enhanced in-flight entertainment (IFE) system, offering more movies, TV programmes and audio than any other carrier in its class.
Since its launch in November 2010, the ‘Fiber-To-The-Scr
The introduction of new digital platforms has led to increases in the consumption of movies and books, according to a new survey conducted by Deloitte.
The survey, which assessed media consumption preferences of 2,000 consumers in the US (